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Indian tycoon Agarwal seeks JVs for $15bn chip and display foray

Vedanta in talks with Japanese, South Korean and Taiwanese companies

Indian commodity tycoon Anil Agarwal is making a foray into building a tech supply chain in the country. (Source photos by AP and Getty Images) 

BENGALURU -- Indian natural resources conglomerate Vedanta Group, controlled by billionaire Anil Agarwal, is exploring joint ventures with Japanese, Taiwanese and South Korean companies as part of its $15 billion investment plan to start chip and display manufacturing in India, a senior executive in the group told Nikkei Asia.

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